Be the early bird this Spring and sell your property

Be the early bird this Spring and sell your property

By Tessa Bezuidenhout on Aug 31 2016

As the Spring time draws near, the Real Estate market heats up with more buyers and sellers being active in Brisbane. As simple as it seems, the weather does influence people in the market and as it gets warmer, more people join the real estate scene.
The stunning landscaped gardens of 60 Jacqueline Place, Anstead.

Because Brisbane's winter was very short-lived, getting a head-start on everyone else is essential as buyers are already cruising the market in hopes of finding their next home. Spring time is the perfect time to sell; it's the season of new beginnings after the hard winter, where the days are warmer and the nights are shorter. The mood of the market changes to refreshed and energised, and the buyers are feeling it.
27 Hakea Crescent, Chapel Hill; featuring a beautiful open-plan dining/lounge space with fabulous views.

Getting in early on the spring market gives the seller a good advantage over the competition because fewer properties get listed in the winter, leaving a huge gap in the market for very willing buyers. "Buyer numbers are increasing through open homes," says Julie Crittenden, the Principal of LJ Hooker Kenmore, "and many of them have been looking for over several months with little to choose from."

Getting an idea of how your property will fair in the current market is easy, at no cost to you, and absolutely obligation free. All it takes is for one of our expert sales agents - armed with years of experience, knowledge, and up-to-date data - to come through your home. They'll discuss price and strategy with you, and you'll come out with a better idea of what your property is worth and where it stands in the current market.
The charming, one-of-a-kind Queenslander of 646 Haven Road, Upper Brookfield.